The Delhi Legislative Assembly election was held on 4 December 2013, with the result announced on 8 December.
The Bharatiya Janata Party won a plurality, closely followed by Aam Aadmi Party, in its first election; this resulted in an hung assembly. After the BJP refused to form a government in the hung assembly, the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) Arvind Kejriwal became chief minister with “not conditional” support from the Indian National Congress.
After 49 days, Kejriwal resigned as a chief minister following the failure of the introduction of Delhi’s Jan Lokpal Bill in the assembly on 14 February 2014. President’s rule was then imposed and the assembly was kept in suspended animation. Fresh election is scheduled for early 2015.
According to a report by TIMES OF INDIA, BJP will get an absolute majority in the upcoming election.
But analyzing the charts of BJP , AAP & Delhi ,one can see that if elections are held before Mid Feb’2015, any party will not be getting an absolute majory. Rusult similar to Maharashtra can be expected.
But the senario changes completely if the elections are held after mid Feb’2015. Because then BJP will get an absolute majority in Delhi.